Simple concept, easy to learn and quite fun to play. Nothing groundbreaking.
Made well enough, perhaps a bit too slow, other than that I just reccomend putting some effort towards improving your grammar
Sink My Treasure is game that possesses ups & downs. The object of the game is to try to get the treasure chest into the watery barrel which somehow leads to an unnamed Pirate's cave. To do that, you have to move obstacles out of the way, or force obstacles to move the chest. Now some obstacles block the water barrel, so you have to move those two. The game is really easy and really simple. Unfortunately, you'll have the entire game done within 10 minutes..... f***!!
There are only 20 levels in this game. Levels 21 to 24 don't exist despite being there on the map. However, you're able to click on them, and it's just repeats of levels that were already played. I only went as far as level 20 and then stopped. If there's any more to the game then I don't really care at this point. It feels like the creator didn't mean to include those in.
Another issue I have is that Levels feel unbalanced. I completed level 6 with just one move, while level 4 and 5 required two moves and more thought process.
When you complete a level, you get evaluated though a star ranking system, where 3 stars is the best. The game also has a scoring which doesn't really matter. The fewer moves you do, the better your ranking & score will be. Here's something I found out that will piss off perfectionist: It's not possible to get 3 stars in every level no matter how hard you try, meaning it's impossible to 100% this game.
The game is a neat concept, but it doesn't feel like there was any heart put into creating it, and it obviously wasn't play-tested to the full extent. However, the game provides a little bit of fun, but no replay value. The final verdict for Sink My Treasure is a 6 out of 10 - Slightly above average. Like the games rating system: 3 stars is the best.
Final Verdict: 6 out of 10
NG Rating: 3 Stars